February 23rd, 2013 at 6:53 PM ^

It has me a bit worried on how well Hoke and staff have been doing recruiting... Especially with the talent and depth that has been stock-piled on your O-Line. Once they get some experience, I am nervous what they, Morris, and Green will be able to accomplish versus opposing defenses.


February 23rd, 2013 at 7:41 PM ^

I am proud to say that I am a Buckeye. I enjoy coming to this site as the information makes me a more knowledgeable fan. You won't see me run my mouth or disrespect in anyway... I am legitimately nervous about your last recruiting class, though. Take all the big names and high school speedsters you want, but if you don't have the studs to block for them, they are not going to accomplish much. Your O-line is going to be beastly.


February 23rd, 2013 at 8:07 PM ^

It is going to be fun to watch and I am looking forward to great match ups under Hoke and Meyer, especially with what happens in the trenches. My concern with the OSU d-line is that they have to grow up quickly, as each starter is getting replaced from last year. Although they have talent and are highly touted, they are not proven in college competition and the majority of the 2-deep will be sophomores. I am not too familiar with who UM returns on their o-line besides Lewan. Who are the other returnees? Are your linemen expected to come in and compete for starting positions right away?


February 23rd, 2013 at 11:10 PM ^

Thanks for the info, Brimley. I was never really big on the anti-Kalis mindset shared by most of the fan base. Did I want him to be a Buckeye... Yes. Did I want him to go to any other school besides UM... Also yes. Can I blame an 18 year old young man for choosing a great school and great football program... Not so much. I wish him the best but I hope he becomes well acquainted with Noah Spence and Adolphus Washington in the years to come!


February 23rd, 2013 at 7:11 PM ^

Here is the photo scaled proportionately...

Cole definitely looks more like his Rivals reported 6'5" and 275 lbs. now. Speight will definitely make it seem like Michigan is building skyscrapers on offense - 6'6'' will allow him to see the field well, not to mention most of the seats behind whichever end zone we're approaching.